Table of contents for Wildlife responses to climate change : North American case studies / edited by Stephen H. Schneider and Terry L. Root.


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Introduction: The Rationale for the National Wildlife
Federation Cohort of Young Scientists Studying Wildlife
Responses to Climate Change
STEPHEN H. SCHNEIDER AND TERRY L. ROOT
Climate Change: Overview and Implications for
Wildlife
TERRY L. ROOT AND STEPHEN H. SCHNEIDER
Chapter 1. Climate Change and Its Effect on Species
Range Boundaries: A Case Study of the
Sachem Skipper Butterfly, Atalopedes
campestri
LISA CROZIER
Chapter 2. Butterflies as Model Systems for
Understanding and Predicting Climate
Change    93
JESSICA J. HELLMANN
Chapter 3. Historical Studies of Species' Responses to
Climate Change: Promises and Pitfalls  127
RAPHAEL SAGARIN



Chapter 4. Community Responses to Climate Change:
Links Between Temperature and Keystone
Predation in a Rocky Intertidal System
ERIC SANFORD
Chapter 5. Testing Climate Change Predictions
with the Subalpine Species Delphinium
nuttallianum
FRANCISCA SAAVEDRA
Chapter 6. Modeling Potential Impacts of Climate
Change on the Spatial Distribution of
Vegetation in the United States with a
Probabilistic Biogeography Approach
ELENA SHEVLIAKOVA
Chapter 7. Climate Change and the Susceptibility of
U.S. Ecosystems to Biological Invasions: Two
Cases of Expected Range Expansion
ERIKA S. ZAVALETA AND JENNIFER L. ROYVAL
Chapter 8. Climate Change, Whitebark Pine, and
Grizzly Bears in the Greater Yellowstone
Ecosystem
LAURA KOTEEN
Conclusion: Climate Change and Wildlife -A Look
Ahead
PATTY GLICK AND MARK VAN PUTTEN








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Climatic changes Environmental aspects North America, Global temperature changes Environmental aspects North America, Global warming Environmental aspects North America